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  • 16:00 -17:00
    2022.10.12

    European Commission webinar on ‘Regions, Cities and Level(s): Powering the green transition in Europe’s buildings’, 12 October from 16:00 to 17:00 (CEST).

    In October 2020 the European Commission launched Level(s), the new EU common language for assessing the sustainability performance of buildings.

    The Commission will be running a special webinar at the European Week of Regions and Cities to show how Level(s) can help the buildings sector contribute to EU climate and circularity objectives within cities and regions.

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    Why attend?
    – Learn how Level(s) can provide a simple entry point for applying circular economy principles in the built environment.
    – Hear examples of how regional initiatives use Level(s) to deliver on local goals for the green transition.
    – Understand how Level(s) is impacting building policy.
    – Get your questions answered!

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    Who should attend?
    – Representatives of public bodies at regional and city level who are involved in the planning and procurement of buildings (such as local/regional public authorities or public authority networks and associations).
    – Buildings industry representatives involved in delivering the buildings of the future (such as buildings contractors who are bidding for buildings contracts, and buildings developers or financiers).

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    To reserve your place you need to…
    #1 Register to attend the European Week of Regions and Cities 👇
    HERE
    #2 Visit the Level(s) webinar page and click the ‘Add to my schedule’ button 👇
    HERE
    Please ensure you complete BOTH steps to secure your attendance at the session!

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  • 09:00 -11:00
    2022.10.26

     

    背景

     

    全球约有 57%的人口生活在城市,这些地区贡献了全球 80%的GDP。城市发展在促进创新上发挥了

    重要作用,也带来了巨大的社会、经济以及环境挑战。这对城市规划和设计方式都提出了新的要求。

     

    在欧盟层面,通过综合性的因地制宜方式实践城市发展战略。为了施行欧洲绿色新政,欧盟大力支持城市倡议,如气候中和和智慧城市使命欧盟城市议程新莱比锡宪章、推动城市转型以实现可持续未来(DUT)的伙伴关系、以及新欧洲包豪斯计划。

     

    以资源节约、环境友好、生态保育和空间优化为主要特征的绿色转型发展是中国新型城镇化发展战略的重要部分。2021 年 4 月,中国发布了十四五”规划和 2035 年远景目标,将以人为本、可持续和公平的城镇化作为其发展战略的核心,并量化碳排放目标,使经济和社会发展与气候变化脱钩。2021 年 10 月,《关于推动城乡建设绿色发展的意见》进一步为绿色低碳城乡一体化发展提供了指导意见。

     

    本次研讨会是 2022 年欧盟气候外交周的系列活动之一。

     

     

    会议目标

     

    通过深入的多边讨论,本合作专题研讨会将展示 IURC 案例城市与地区在设计以绿色、包容性、有竞争力及韧性为导向的城市和交通规划时所面临的挑战和解决方案,并为他们提供以下的交流平台:

     

    分享观点、政策倡议和最佳实践

    确认在应对城市基本问题方面的潜在合作项目及利益相关者

     

    参会者

     

    IURC China 案例城市及区域的相关机构

     

    议程

    注册

     

  • 09:00 -11:00
    2022.10.26

     

    BACKGROUND

     

    Around 57% of the global population lives in urban areas, which contribute 80% of the global GDP. Cities play important role in enabling innovation. Meanwhile, urban growth presents enormous social, economic and environmental challenges, which necessitate a new way of planning and design. Urban and transport planning practices are about to change from urban infrastructure design to participatory approach using new and emerging technologies.

     

    The EU implement the urban development strategy through an integrated, partnership, and place-based approach. To implement the European Green Deal, the EU commitments to urban initiatives e.g., the Climate-Neutral and Smart Cities Mission, the Urban Agenda for the EU, the New Leipzig Charter, the European partnership on Driving Urban Transitions for a sustainable future (DUT) and the New European Bauhaus. The recently adopted “New Urban Mobility Framework” aims to make urban transport more resilient, environmentally friendly, and energy-efficient by identifying zero-emission solutions for urban logistics.

     

    China prioritises green transformation in the new-type urbanization strategies.  In April 2021, China issued the 14th Five-Year Plan and Long-Term Targets for 2035, prioritising the people-centred, sustainable and fair urbanization at the heart of its development strategy. It also quantified carbon emissions targets, decoupling economic and social development with climate change. In Oct. 2021, Opinions on Promoting Green Development of Urban and Rural Construction further provided guidelines on the green and low carbon integrated urban-rural development.

     

    As part of the EU Climate Diplomacy Weeks 2022 (12 Sep – 30 Oct), which focuses on the theme of energy, this webinar invites you to join in the annual global campaign to foster cooperation on climate change and inspire concrete actions for green and livable cities through urban planning and design practices and tools.

     

     

    OBJECTIVES

     

    Through deep multilateral discussion, this thematic webinar seeks to showcase challenges and solutions in IURC pilot cities & regions for green, inclusive, competitive, and resilient urban and transport planning, and provide them with a networking opportunity to:

     

    1. Share perspectives, policy initiatives, and best practices
    2. Identify potential cooperation projects and relevant stakeholders to address the fundamental urban issues.

     

    Participants

     

    This webinar will take place among stakeholders from IURC China pilot cities and regions.

     

    Agenda

    Registration

     

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  • 09:00 -11:00
    2022.10.28

     

     

    城市更新在中国和欧盟都已成为满足居民对城市空间和设施日益增长需求的主要方式。城市更新避免了对现有建筑的大规模拆除,也能最大程度上保持城市结构,从而为市民提供更健康的环境、高效的能源和资源利用、以及美观的建筑。

     

    欧盟在《新莱比锡宪章》的框架下发起了绿色城市倡议,该倡议呼吁通过以自然为基础的解决方案来活化城市的生态系统;新欧洲包豪斯计划(New European Bauhaus)将可持续性与良好设计相匹配;而改造浪潮战略Renovation Wave则提高了建筑物能源和资源的使用效率。最近修订的《建筑  能效指令》(EPBD)则将欧盟的改造浪潮战略转化为具体的立法行动。

     

    在中国,”城市双修 “战略——生态修复和城市修补——改变了以往以地产为主导的城市更新,而更多采用公众参与的方式,要求对当地环境和不同的利益相关者进行更深入的调研,以保护街区的历史和文化。绿色建筑技术和标准被用于改善环境质量、能效、以及社会可持续性。值得注意的是,发展近零能耗建筑(NZEB)已被列入2021年《“十四五”建筑节能与绿色建筑发展规划》的工作目标任务中。

     

    本次研讨会是2022年欧盟气候外交周的系列活动之一。

     

     

    会议目标

     

    通过深入的多边讨论,本合作专题研讨会将展示IURC案例城市与地区在推动以绿色、包容性、有竞争力及韧性为导向的城市更新时所面临的挑战和解决方案,并为他们提供以下的交流平台:

     

    分享观点、政策倡议和最佳实践

    确认在应对向绿色、健康和韧性城市转型时的潜在合作项目及利益相关者

     

    参会者

     

    IURC China案例城市及区域的相关机构

     

    议程

    注册

  • 09:00 -11:00
    2022.10.28

    BACKGROUND

     

    In the EU and China, urban renewal has become the major way to meet the increasing demand of residents for urban space and facilities without the expenses of large-scale demolition of existing buildings and urban fabric. Many neighbourhoods and buildings are in critical demand of renovation aiming for healthy environmental quality, energy & resource efficiency, and aesthetics of the built environment.

     

    The EU initiated the Green City under the framework of the New Leipzig Charter, which calls for nature-based solutions to regenerate urban ecosystems, the New European Bauhaus, which matches sustainability with good design, and the Renovation Wave Strategy to improve the energy and resource efficiency of buildings. The recent effort to revise the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) translates the EU’s Renovation Wave Strategy into concrete legislative action.

     

    In China, the strategy of “Double Urban Repair” – Ecological Restoration and Urban Renovation has changed the property-led urban renewal towards a more participatory approach which demands closer investigation of the local context and diverse stakeholders to protect the history and culture of the neighbourhood. Green Building technologies and criteria are applied to improve the environmental quality, energy performance and social sustainability. Notably, carrying out nearly-zero energy buildings (NZEB) is written in the 14th Five-Year Plan in 2021.

     

    Held in the EU Climate Diplomacy Weeks 2022 (12 Sep – 30 Oct), which focuses on the theme of energy, we invite you to take part in the IURC cooperation webinar that aims to foster cooperation on climate change through sustainable urban renewal and regeneration.

     

     

    OBJECTIVES

     

    Through deep multilateral discussion, this thematic webinar seeks to showcase challenges and solutions in IURC pilot cities & regions for a green, inclusive, competitive, and resilient urban regeneration and provide them with a networking opportunity to:

     

    1. Share perspectives, policy initiatives, and best practices
    2. Identify potential common projects and relevant stakeholders to address the transition to a green, healthy and resilient city.

     

    Participants

     

    This webinar will take place among stakeholders from IURC China pilot cities and regions.

     

    Agenda

    Registration

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